Issue 4 (2020) of Veterinary Science Today Academic Journal Published

16.02.2021 14:04

A new issue (No. 4 {35}2020) of Veterinary Science Today journal founded by the Rosselkhoznadzor subordinate Federal Centre for Animal Health (FGBI “ARRIAH”) has been published.

Veterinary Science Today academic journal is included in the Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI) information analysis system, the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), as well as in the list of journals of Web of Science RSCI database and international EBSCO database.

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The topic of the new issue of Veterinary Science Today is cattle diseases.

The analysis of Asia-1 foot-and-mouth disease global spread in 1999–2019 is presented in the issue.

The results of the studies conducted by researches of the FSBSI UrFASRC UrB of RAS to evaluate the effect of mastitis vaccine Startvac (Laboratorios Hipra, Spain) on somatic cell count and total bacterial count of milk from high-producing dairy cows are published.

One of the papers addresses the improvement of bovine tuberculosis diagnosis; the study on this subject has been undertaken at the Caspian Regional Research Veterinary Institute.

Issue 4 of the journal presents the studies of the FSBEI HE Kazan State Academy of Veterinary Medicine named after N. E. Bauman on the possible involvement of Helicobacter suis bacteria in the development of chronic gastritis and gastric ulcer disease in pigs.

The review “Canine parvovirus enteritis: epidemic situation analysis and perspectives” prepared by the FGBI “ARRIAH” researchers is published in the journal.

The new issue of Veterinary Science Today includes a paper regarding the determination of fungal genera composition and total toxicity of feed produced in the Republic of Crimea.

The results of the studies on the preparation of primary rabbit kidney cell culture susceptible to the viruses that affect rabbits are published in Issue 4 (2020) of the journal.

One of the articles in the issue shows the possibility of using a spectrometric method for determination of FMDV 146S particle concentration during viral RNA quantification.

Data from Turkish scientists on the investigation of healing effects of Afyonkarahisar Region thermal spring water on experimentally induced nephritis in mice are published.

The new issue of the journal contains the report of peer review by V. V. Makarov (Doctor of Science (Biology), Professor, the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia) of the monograph “African swine fever in strict nature reserves (case study of Voronezh nature reserve)” by B. V. Romashov, N. B. Romashova, E. A. Starodubtseva, A. S. Mishin.


The editorial board of VETERINARY SCIENCE TODAY invites researchers, external PhD students and postgraduate students to cooperate through the academic journal.

The mission of the journal is to deliver information on current development trends in veterinary science and practice and to highlight topical issues and innovative developments in the veterinary field.

The articles authored by distinguished scientists and early career researchers, practitioners, staff members of veterinary institutions are published in the journal with a view of sharing experiences, maintaining consistent compliance with veterinary safety requirements and holding new scholarly discussions.